Tickets can be purchased online up to 11:59 p.m. the day before event ($22 for non-members; $12 members). Tickets available at the doors an hour before the event. Tickets NOT available by phone. No reserved seating. For more information call 215-247-0476.
Parking is available at Woodmere Art Museum, but space is limited. Please do not park on Bells Mill Rd.
** Pre-purchased tickets only guarantee admission to Music at Woodmere performances. It does not guarantee seating. Seating is first-come, first-served. Food and drinks are limited to the galleries in the historic section of the Museum.
Friday Night Jazz
6:00 p.m – 8:00 p.m. | $22 ($12 members, children under 12: Free) | Wine and refreshments served
Lovers of good, heartfelt music are no strangers to the songbook of George Gershwin. Pianist Dave Posmontier and vocalist Paula Johns take us on a musical journey that ignites fond memories and warm feelings with Gershwin classics such as “Summertime,” “I Got Rhythm,” “I Loves You Porgy,” “It Ain’t Necessarily So,” “The Man I Love,” and more.
Bossa/Flamenco/Salsa: ¡Muy Caliente!
Giovana and the Latin Grooves Band bring to life the passion and rhythms of Latin music. Built on her Panamanian roots, Giovana’s music is inspired by jazz, Afro-Peruvian, Latin pop, and world music styles. Turn up the heat and enjoy an evening of voice and music fueled by emotions.
A Night of Carole King: It’s Not Too Late
It’s never too late to dive into the many and varied compositions of this great American songwriter and vocalist. She wrote music for early R&B greats like the Shirelles’ “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow,” she went “Up on the Roof” with the Drifters, and made Aretha Franklin feel like “A Natural Woman.”
Miles Electrified: A Shocking Revelation
Miles Davis was not afraid of any kind of music. When the electric bug hit him, he went straight at it and shocked many with his ability to deliver a new groove to jazz music. Trumpeter Josh Lawrence and the Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble put the juice in Davis’s electric. Songs include “Tutu,” “Full Nelson,” “Bitches Brew,” “Amandla,” and other late Davis favorites.